Appropriate Using Computers in Early Childhood Settings

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Teacher and student finding images on computer in the classroom's art center

Image courtesy of Ms. Erin Stanfill, Burley Elementary School

Bonnie Blagojevic, Sue Chevalier, Anneke MacIsaac, Linda Hitchcock, and Bobbi Frechette give suggests of how early childhood educators can use computers to support creativity and learning in “Young Children and Computers: Storytelling and Learning in a Digital Age” featured in NAEYC’s Teaching Young Children.  Their article provides information on how educators can appropriately and intentionally use computers to create digital stories and support dual language learners and family involvement.

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